The previous lessons – prior to missing articles for the other day – covered how to find the “Create a full page” buttons, as well as how to find the category your page falls into. Today, using this blog as an example, I shall walk through how to create a web page for a website/brand/product.

The process is pretty much the same for the other categories – but if specific tutorials for every category are needed, I will have to be able to create a page for a specific category. That said, we’ll focus on the very first step, pressing and finding on the web page click button – as seen below.

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Create a full-page button, this page below will pop up where you can find the category you want your page to maintain. If you are confused on this, please check this article found here for additional information as to what types of pages go where. Since I’m creating a page for my blog (and Website), I selected the Brand or Product category from above.

Then in the drop down menu for choices there, I decided Website, as seen below. From then on is selected, I typed in (that which was then) the name of your blog (as seen below). Once I strike the “Get Started” button, that’s after I discovered I put to improve the name of my page.

Long story short, there is some programming within page creation which will prevent you from creating webpages with certain names. Using the term “Facebook” in a full-page name is forbidden – which should have been an “oh duh” minute for me, but I hadn’t really considered it before I started your blog.

Thankfully, Social Media Marketing: Tips and Hints were permissible and available, which is why the blog’s address and name changed to that. Finding the true name was allowed, hitting “BEGIN” Takes you to the next page. This is my first draft of what I put in the explanation area. You are limited by a certain quantity of characters, so make certain to be concise in what your page is perfect for.

I redid this and were left with a shorter blurb and a way to add my blog address. Note: If you devote a web address, it’ll automatically link in the page’s explanation – a terrific way to hopefully get visitors to click to your internet site if they stumble across your page. Now, I failed to get screenshots of another two steps, but they are relatively easy to walk through.

Your account picture, or avatar, is the image that will be observed in the give food to have people that liked you. Facebook requires the size to be at least 180×180 in proportions, but you may use any size almost, just as long as it resizes looks and right good in the square. Facebook has options so that you can select what you would like people to see if the image doesn’t resize right. If all else fails, I highly encourage you to spend some time on selecting your image and making sure it appears right.